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Service Integrations

Your applications and development processes depend on a vast collection of other apps, as well as services. Each comes with its own method of authentication, authorization, and access.

Aembit's Workload IAM Control Plane


We Work How You Work

Aembit supports a wide range of authentication and credential types for local and SaaS applications and workloads. These include OAuth tokens, API keys, or username and password pairs. Aembit can store simple credentials locally and thus can support apps and workloads that use them immediately.

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Cloud Service Providers


Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a comprehensive and widely used cloud computing platform offered by Amazon. It provides a vast array of services including computing power, storage, networking, databases, machine learning, and more, allowing businesses to build and scale applications quickly and securely. With its global infrastructure, pay-as-you-go pricing model, and extensive set of tools and services, AWS is a leading choice for organizations of all sizes seeking to leverage the power of the cloud.


Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform, offering a wide range of services through a global network of data centers. Microsoft Graph is a powerful API provided by Azure that enables developers to access data and intelligence from Microsoft 365 and Azure Active Directory, allowing for seamless integration with various Microsoft services and applications. By leveraging Microsoft Graph, developers can create innovative solutions that leverage data and insights from Microsoft’s ecosystem.
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Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is a suite of cloud computing services offered by Google, providing a range of infrastructure and platform services for building, deploying, and managing applications and data. BigQuery is a managed, serverless data warehouse service provided by Google Cloud Platform, designed for analyzing datasets using SQL queries with high speed and scalability. With BigQuery, users can gain valuable insights from their data quickly and easily to handle complex analytics tasks efficiently.

More Services

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Apigee is an API management platform by Google Cloud that enables organizations to design, secure, and scale APIs, facilitating seamless connectivity between diverse applications and services.
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Atlassian offers a suite of collaboration tools for software development teams, including Jira for project management, Confluence for documentation, and Bitbucket for version control, empowering teams to efficiently manage their projects and workflows.

Amazon RDS For MySQL

Amazon RDS for MySQL is a managed database, offering seamless deployment and maintenance of MySQL databases in the cloud. It automates administrative tasks like hardware provisioning, database setup, backups, and patching, allowing users to focus on their applications rather than database management.
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Amazon RDS For PostgreSQL

Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL is a database servic, designed to simplify the deployment and management of PostgreSQL databases in the cloud. It automates routine administrative tasks such as hardware provisioning, database setup, backups, and patching, allowing users to focus on developing their applications.
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Amazon Redshift

Amazon Redshift is a fully managed data warehousing service that enables organizations to analyze large datasets using SQL queries, with high performance and scalability, making it ideal for data warehousing and analytics purposes.

AWS Key Management Service (KMS)

AWS KMS is a managed service that allows users to create and control the encryption keys used to encrypt their data, providing a secure and compliant solution for managing encryption keys across AWS services and applications.
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GitGuardian is a cybersecurity platform that helps organizations prevent data leaks and protect sensitive information stored in code repositories, by continuously monitoring for exposed credentials and secrets across various platforms and alerting teams to potential risks.
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Local MySQL

Structured Query Language (SQL) is a standardized programming language used for managing relational databases. It allows users to define, manipulate, and control data stored in a relational database management system (RDBMS), enabling tasks such as querying data, updating records, and managing database structures.
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Local PostgreSQL

PostgreSQL is a open-source relational database management system known for its reliability and extensibility. It offers features such as support for complex data types, indexing, transactions, and concurrency control, making it suitable for a wide range of applications from small projects to large enterprise systems.

Local Redis

Redis is an open-source, data structure store used as a caching layer or message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, lists, sets, and hashes, along with features like pub/sub messaging and geospatial indexing, making it a popular choice for applications requiring fast data access and manipulation.
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Microsoft Graph

Microsoft Graph is an API that provides access to data and insights across Microsoft 365 and Azure Active Directory, enabling developers to build applications that integrate with Microsoft’s ecosystem of productivity tools and services.
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Slack is a collaboration hub that brings teams together, offering messaging, file sharing, and integration capabilities, allowing teams to communicate and collaborate effectively in real-time, whether they are in the same office or distributed across the globe.
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Snowflake is a cloud-based data platform that provides a scalable and flexible solution for storing, processing, and analyzing large volumes of data, with support for multiple workloads and seamless integration with popular BI and analytics tools.
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Stripe is a payment processing platform that enables businesses to accept online payments securely and easily, with support for a wide range of payment methods and currencies, making it simple for businesses to monetize their products and services on the web.

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